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Appropriate Punishment in Domestic Violence Case

Thursday, 6 September 2007, 4:14 pm | Jigsaw

Jigsaw Family Services is pleased to see that a 50 year old Mid Canterbury man has been sentenced to a year’s jail after assaulting his stepson. The man pleaded guilty to two charges of assault and assault with the intent to injure his 15 year old stepson ... More >>

Shocked By Christian Schools

Tuesday, 13 February 2007, 4:57 pm | Jigsaw

Tau Huirama, Jigsaw CEO Strategic Relations is shocked to read reports that schools are still imposing corporal punishment, with approval of parents. More >>

Going Back To School Can Be Stressful For Parents

Thursday, 8 February 2007, 4:07 pm | Jigsaw

Following on from the Christmas and school holiday period, some parents are struggling to meet children’s needs to adequately function at school. More >>

Jigsaw Encourages Men to Support White Ribbon Day

Friday, 24 November 2006, 3:36 pm | Jigsaw

Jigsaw is right behind White Ribbon Day on Saturday 25 November says Mr Tau Huirama, Jigsaw CEO Strategic Relations. White Ribbon Day is about creating awareness about eliminating men’s violence towards women. This is symbolised by encouraging men ... More >>

Jigsaw Supports The Women Reclaim The Night Walk

Wednesday, 22 November 2006, 2:48 pm | Jigsaw

Jigsaw support and encourage women and children to take part in the Women Reclaim The Night walk tomorrow starting at Waitangi Park at 8.30pm. More >>

NZ encouraged to stop tolerating violence

Friday, 28 July 2006, 3:19 pm | Jigsaw

Jigsaw (formerly Child Abuse Prevention Services), a 30 year old national network of community organisations working across New Zealand to 'help families put together what's best for their children' is changing its name on 31st July. More >>

Jigsaw supports focus on prevention of abuse

Friday, 28 July 2006, 3:18 pm | Jigsaw

Jigsaw (formerly Child Abuse Prevention Services) supports the focus on prevention of abuse taken by the Taskforce for Action on Violence Within Families in their first report released today. More >>